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20th Jun '15 4:44:08 PM anotherj
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Logan killed Lilly, having been driven to madness by her blatant infidelity. Aaron eventually figures this out when Logan is arrested and due to a variety of factors (guilt for driving Logan's mom to suicide/physically abusing him to the point that Logan was incapable of remembering the good moments of his life, only the parts where his father beats him mercilessly/fear of having passed down his own abusive father's genes down to his son), springs into motion a plan to take the fall for the crimes. Logan never finds out until after the fact, when Aaron tries to kill Veronica/Keith and manages to convince both that he was the killer. Logan becomes guilt-stricken as a result (being framed for murder doesn't help) and he basically breaks up with Veronica because of this, as he Logan begins to self-destruct and with Veronica getting on his case for letting Dick and Cassidy convince him to torch the public pool, Logan dumps her rather than risk confessing to the woman he loves that he murdered Lilly. It's also why he bought and destroyed the sex tapes of Aaron and Lilly from Leo, in order to try and save his father and why Aaron's lawyer didn't cross examine him (Aaron didn't want to risk Logan breaking down on the stand, especially since he had his own scheme in place to ensure he was acquitted). It would also explain why Aaron attempted to reconcile with him after being acquitted/why Logan didn't violently lash out at him after the trial (Logan knew his father was innocent) and why he was so willing to confess to Veronica in the elevator: to ensure that Veronica would forever think he was the killer by way of outright admitting to it.

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Logan killed Lilly, having been driven to madness by her blatant infidelity. Aaron eventually figures this out when Logan is arrested and due to a variety of factors (guilt for driving Logan's mom to suicide/physically abusing him to the point that Logan was incapable ilncapable of remembering the good moments of his life, only the parts where his father beats him mercilessly/fear of having passed down his own abusive father's genes down to his son), springs into motion a plan to take the fall for the crimes. Logan never finds out until after the fact, when Aaron tries to kill Veronica/Keith and manages to convince both that he was the killer. Logan becomes guilt-stricken as a result (being framed for murder doesn't help) and he basically breaks up with Veronica because of this, as he Logan begins to self-destruct and with Veronica getting on his case for letting Dick and Cassidy convince him to torch the public pool, Logan dumps her rather than risk confessing to the woman he loves that he murdered Lilly. It's also why he bought and destroyed the sex tapes of Aaron and Lilly from Leo, in order to try and save his father and why Aaron's lawyer didn't cross examine him (Aaron didn't want to risk Logan breaking down on the stand, especially since he had his own scheme in place to ensure he was acquitted). It would also explain why Aaron attempted to reconcile with him after being acquitted/why Logan didn't violently lash out at him after the trial (Logan knew his father was innocent) and why he was so willing to confess to Veronica in the elevator: to ensure that Veronica would forever think he was the killer by way of outright admitting to it.


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* Given that both Jake and Celeste have dark brown hair, Lilly's blondeness would make more sense in this theory.
13th May '15 5:43:12 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: After leaving Neptune, Veronica moves to New York, where she puts her investigative skills to work as GossipGirl.]]

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[[WMG: After leaving Neptune, Veronica moves to New York, where she puts her investigative skills to work as GossipGirl.Series/GossipGirl.]]
14th Oct '14 9:51:08 PM Waterlily
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* Is there a connection between Carrie Bishop and Blair Waldorf?
21st Mar '14 3:01:26 PM agent314
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[[WMG: Lynn was Aaron's second wife.]]
Trina referred to her as her step-mom, while Aaron is her dad. Therefore, she was adopted by Aaron and his first wife, who was eventually replaced by TrophyWife Lynn.
16th Mar '14 10:59:04 PM Wildfire_Darkstar
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* Sacks was competent and seemed to be legitimately motivated by a calling of public service. Which probably made him something of an anomaly in Sheriff Lamb's office. On the other hand, the flip side of this is that his public service motivation also made him unerringly loyal. That meant that he could survive in an environment where competence and skill were hardly compelling additions to one's resume, but it also means that he willingly (if perhaps unhappily) took his marching orders from his venal and corrupt superiors. The same factors that made him Neptune's last good cop also made him unlikely to play the part of TheManBehindTheMan.
5th Mar '14 10:08:01 AM GreenLady
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** Alternatively, it will be the jumping-off point of the spin-off series (the subject of which is being kept tightly under wraps) OR the sequel to the movie that's already being teased a little bit.

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** Alternatively, it will be the jumping-off point of the spin-off series (the subject of which is being kept tightly under wraps) has not been disclosed since it was announced) OR the sequel to the movie that's already being teased a little bit.
5th Mar '14 10:07:24 AM GreenLady
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** Alternatively, it will be the subject of the spin-off series (the subject of which is being kept tightly under wraps) OR the sequel to the movie that's already being teased a little bit.

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** Alternatively, it will be the subject jumping-off point of the spin-off series (the subject of which is being kept tightly under wraps) OR the sequel to the movie that's already being teased a little bit.
5th Mar '14 10:07:08 AM GreenLady
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** Alternatively, it will be the subject of the spin-off series (the subject of which is being kept tightly under wraps) OR the sequel to the movie that's already being teased a little bit.
5th Mar '14 10:04:17 AM GreenLady
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[[WMG: Duncan's return to the States and battle for legal custody of his daughter will be the subject of one of the forthcoming ''Veronica Mars'' novels.]]

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[[WMG: Duncan's return to the States Neptune and battle for legal custody of his daughter will be the subject of one of the forthcoming ''Veronica Mars'' novels.]]
5th Mar '14 10:03:52 AM GreenLady
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Even though Book #1 ''The Thousand Dollar Tan Line'' may not use this plot, there is apparently at least one more book projected for 2014 ''alone''. Surely Rob Thomas can't resist the urge to see what Duncan's been up to at some point...

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Even though Book #1 ''The Thousand Dollar Tan Line'' may not use this plot, there is apparently at least one more book projected for 2014 ''alone''. Surely Rob Thomas can't resist the urge to see what Duncan's been up to at some point...
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